This portfolio page contains illustrations and drawings that were done in the traditional cutaway, cut-out, or break-away style of technical drawing, where the exterior skin or shell of the object is actually cut away and removed from view, revealing the interior inner workings and machinery.
Cutaway technical illustrations and drawings:
Non-Automotive Technical Cutaways:
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The cutaway drawing style of technical drawing is especially well suited for subjects with extremely complicated exterior views, such as engines and ships, but it can also be useful for objects with very simple exteriors where ghosting would be impractical. The cut away edge of the outer shell is typically 'broken' away (aka "breakaway") in a zig-zag pattern so that it can be clearly distinguished from the internal workings. Our cutaway artwork is typically used in print advertising, consumer dealership brochures and automobile-related collateral marketing materials and campaigns. To see how these illustrations and drawings were created, please visit out our how to draw a car and ship cutaway drawing tutorials.
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